Definition of disburse in English:

disburse

Line breaks: dis|burse
Pronunciation: /dɪsˈbəːs
 
/

verb

[with object]

Derivatives

disbursal

noun
More example sentences
  • Apart from faster credit disbursals, a bank can even grant a quarter of percentage reduction in interest rate for customers with good records.
  • Besides the disbursal of micro credit scheme loans, the District Rural Development Agency also provides financial assistance.
  • Now a malevolently worded report has criticised her for approving the disbursal of some £40,000 to a local charity, on the grounds that it had ceased to exist.

disburser

noun
More example sentences
  • The post-closer will also assist the disburser in shipping loan packages and sending out pay-offs.
  • If the disburser dishonors its duty, the disburser becomes liable for the claimant's losses.
  • When disbursers will no longer be issuing checks, the education process starts well in advance of the issuance of cards.

Origin

mid 16th century: from Old French desbourser, from des- (expressing removal) + bourse 'purse'.

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